City residents can receive information concerning an upcoming city project to replace existing utilities along N. LBJ Drive and on Oakridge Street at a neighborhood meeting next Wednesday.
At the come-and-go meeting Aug. 3, the project engineer, city staff, design engineer and contractor staff will answer questions from the public.
The meeting will be at the First Lutheran Church, 130 W. Holland Street from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Exhibits of the detours associated with the project will be displayed at the come-and-go meeting.
The $4 million, multi-phased project will upsize the water mains and wastewater lines on N LBJ Drive from Holland Street to Craddock Avenue, Oakridge Street from N. LBJ Drive to the eastside dead end, and Timbercest. The lift station on Oakridge Street will also be upgraded.
Work is expected to begin late August and continue until fall 2017. During the first six months of construction, N. LBJ Drive will be closed to through traffic from Holland Street to Camaro Way.